Chris Rock Quotes: He Speaks the Truth
These Chris Rock quote showcase the comedian's great talent and wit. Chris Rock is a famed comedian, also known for his production and voice-over in the "Everybody Hates Chris" series, which is a comedy based on his life as a child. Despite being spitting-milk-out-of-your-nose funny, there is always truth behind Chris Rock's stand-up routines.
"Gay people got a right to be as miserable as everybody else." If you haven't figured it out yet, this was Chris Rock's statement in regards to gay marriage. To be honest, he's absolutely right.
"We need bullet control! I think every bullet should should cost 5,000 dollars; because if a bullet cost 5,000 dollars, we wouldn't have any innocent bystanders." In response to gun control, Chris Rock had a better solution. As funny as it is, you have to admit, it's 100% true. Who's going to pay $5,000 for one single bullet? Spud guns would probably increase in sales and the local farmers would benefit.
"If any woman tells you she's twenty and looks sixteen, she's twelve. If she tells you she's twenty-six and looks twenty-six, she's damn near forty." Chris Rock provides dating advice to his viewers. With children growing up faster and faster and wearing make-up at a young age, not to mention beauty products allowing older women to look younger, he's right on point.
"You don't pay taxes - they take taxes." If you don't pay taxes, they're going to charge you with tax evasion and take your money anyway, along with penalties. Chris Rock is exactly right. Even if you don't pay, you can expect a letter or visit from the IRS.
"Who's judging American Idol? Paula Abdul? Paula Abdul judging a singing contest is like Christopher Reeve judging a dance contest!" If you're not familiar with Christopher Reeve, he is an actor known for the leading role as Superman in "Superman: The Movie". In 1995, Reeve was thrown from a horse and is now confined to his wheelchair for the rest of his life, as he was paralyzed after a spinal injury. Paula Abdul, known for her auto-tuned voice in most of her music, was a passive judge on American Idol.